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Posts Tagged ‘trombone

From the U.S.: Native Tongue II released February 11, 2016. Featuring Gary Bivona (co-composer, guitar, lead and backing vocals), Alex Dean (tenor sax, alto sax, soprano sax and vocalese), Julio Diaz (trumpet), Jorge Dobal (trombone), Chad Eisinger (drums), Clint Ettorre (electric guitar), David Gregorisch (electric guitar), Wade Judy (trombone), Sasha Dimitri Lo Medico (drums), Marcel Morejon (co-composer, lead and backing vocals), Jerry O’malley (drums), Jose Angelo Ortiz (lead and backing vocals), Drew Preston (electric guitar), David Torre (co-composer), Dorian Vaz (co-composer, acoustic guitar, electric guitar) and Ismael Vergara (tenor sax).

March 16, 2016

Simply click the link below to sample the songs on Native Tongue II. //widget.cdbaby.com/f062d38e-99d2-4649-bf49-60632a24f67c/full/dark/opaque

From Canada: Eliana Cuevas performs Llegó from her Espejo CD in 2013. Featuring Eliana Cuevas (vocals), Jeremy Ledbetter (piano), Ross MacIntyre (bass), Mark Kelso (drums), Alexis Baró (trumpet), Paul Metcalfe (soprano sax) and Chris Butcher (trombone).

May 20, 2015

From the U.S.: Giorgi Mikadze, pianist, arranger and orchestrator, performs Michael Jackson’s Love Never Felt So Good at the Berklee Performance Center (BPC) studio with a live ensemble. Love Never Felt So Good was composed by Paul Anka.

November 10, 2014

From Japan: The Michael Brecker Quindectet performs Timbuktu at Tokyo’s Blue Note, 2004. Featuring Michael Brecker (saxophone), Gil Goldstein (piano, accordion) Alex Sipiagin (trumpet), Petr Gordon (french horn), Robin Eubanks (trombone), Bob Sheppard (flute), Dan Willis (double reeds), Roger Rosenberg (bass clarinet, baritone), Joyce Hammon (violin), Meg Okura (viola), David Edggar (cello), Adam Rogers (guitar), Boris Koslov (bass), Antonio Sanchez (drums), and Danny Sadwick (percussion).

February 17, 2013

From the U.S.: Jaco Pastorius and his Word Of Mouth Big Band featuring Toots Thielemans on harmonica. From Avery Fisher Hall on June 27th, 1982.

October 22, 2011

I usually only post live video and audio, but here the live audio should be enough to keep you engaged.

From the U.S.: Blood, Sweat and Tears performs God Bless the Child.

October 12, 2011

From Japan: Blood, Sweat and Tears performs Laura Nyro’s AND WHEN I DIE in 1970, with Bobby Colomby (drums), Jim Fieldler (bass) Jerry Hyman (trombone), Chuck Winfield (trumpet), Dick Halligan (piano), Lew soloff (trumpet/flugelhorn), Fred Lipsius (alto sax), Steve Katz (Harmonica) and David Clayton-Thomas (vocal).

October 12, 2011